July 12-14, 2016
San Fransisco, CA
CLS Line Sensor for nano-level 3D inspection & measurement
Precitec’s optical-based CHRocodile Point and Line Sensors are ideal for fast and accurate distance and thickness measurements on a wide variety of materials. The non-contact method enables topographical analysis of the most flexible and delicate materials. Utilizing both white light and infrared techniques, Precitec’s family of CHRocodile sensors and probes are accurate enough for nano-scale measurements.
The CLS System (chromatic confocal line sensor) offers an incredibly fast 3D measurement rate of 384,000 points per second.
The CVC CHRomatic Vision line scan camera uses chromatic optics for 2D imaging. It distinguishes from microscope cameras by highest Depth of Field.
The Flying Spot Scanner is the latest optical probe which enables high-speed OCT imaging for thickness and topography with CHRocodile 2 IT sensors.
The all new CHRocodile C compact sensor measures distances and layer thicknesses ultra-accurately and at high speed. Its evolutionary design integrates opto-electronics and measuring probe in one single housing the size of a pack of cigarettes.